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Theodore Roosevelt's New Nationalism: Analyze & Write Roosevelt A Letter!

Theodore Roosevelt's New Nationalism: Analyze & Write Roosevelt A Letter!
Theodore Roosevelt's New Nationalism: Analyze & Write Roosevelt A Letter!
Theodore Roosevelt's New Nationalism: Analyze & Write Roosevelt A Letter!
Theodore Roosevelt's New Nationalism: Analyze & Write Roosevelt A Letter!
Theodore Roosevelt's New Nationalism: Analyze & Write Roosevelt A Letter!
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Theodore Roosevelt's New Nationalism: Analyze & Write Roosevelt A Letter!

This Theodore Roosevelt and New Nationalism lesson is included in the Progressive Era & Gilded Age Bundle, located here:

Progressive Era (Gilded Age) Bundle! 7 Engaging Resources for Progressive Era!

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In this engaging resource, students analyze Theodore Roosevelt's popular New Nationalism speech where he criticizes how influential special interests have become in government power.

Students analyze the speech individually or in a small group setting. Once students have examined the New Nationalism speech, they can move on to the letter writing activity. Here, students write a letter as either an industrialist (Rockefeller, Carnegie, etc.) outraged by Roosevelt's speech or as a commoner (factory worker, farmer, social reformer) in support of his speech!

A key is included!

Enjoy!

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Theodore Roosevelt's New Nationalism: Analyze & Write Roosevelt A Letter!

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